Panel 19: Old Tibetan studies V


MONDAY 20 JUNE (Auditorium R)

Conveners: Tsuguhito Takeuchi, Kazushi Iwao and Brandon Dotson

 9.00-9.15: Opening of panel.

9.15-9.45: Tsuguhito Takeuchi: Tibetan woodslips revisited.

9.45-10.15: Johanna Bialek: How much power does water encompass? A study of OT chab.

10.15-10.45: Quentin Devers: Archaeological Ladakh: contribution of recent discoveries to redefining the history of a key region between Pamir and the Himalayas.

10.45-11.15: Tea and coffee break.

11.15-11.45: Lewis Doney: Singing to imperial gods: a ninth-century Buddhist prayer from Dunhuang.

11.45-12.15: Sam van Schaik: Dharma from the Sky: the Pang Kong prayer.

12.15-13.45 LUNCH

13.45-14.15: Ishikawa Iwao: A systematic practical method of the translation of old Tibetan indigenous ritual texts.

14.15-14.45: Brandon Dotson: ‘Personal protective deities’ (’go ba’i lha) in Early Tibetan rituals and cosmologies.

14.45-15.15: Tea and coffee break.

15.15-15.45: Emanuela Garatti: Pelliot Tibétain 986: new approaches to a Tibetan paraphrase of a Chinese classic among Dunhuang manuscripts.

15.45-16.15: Kazushi Iwao: Dbung mtha’: center and periphery of the Old Tibetan Empire.

16.15-16.45: Gertraud Taenzer: Cultivation of grain for the Tibetan army in the South-western Tarim (8th–9th century).